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THE MICHIGAN IDILY

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1947

candidates' Statements

I would try to make J-Hop
colossal as ever, and make the
whole weekend one to remember.
Ann Schoonmaker ...
The J-Hop committee should,
plan J-Hop for you as voters, and
I believe I have the experience,{
initiative and ability to create the
dance you want.
Central committee: Assembly1
Recognition Night, Soph Prom,
Panhel Ball, publicity chairman:
flying club, Westminster Guild,
Interguild.
Stockwell Council, Daily editor-
ial staff, orientation advisor.
Herbert Sillman...
My primary service to the com-
mittee would be the experience
I have had in financial matters.
Scholastically, I am an account-
ing major currently enrolled in
the School of Business Adminis-
tration, and it is this qualification
which should enable me to assist
the J-Hop committee in preparing
for the outstanding social event
of the year.
Gwen Sperlich ...
My qualifications include the
Women's athletic board, two years;
intramural manager for women's
athletics, central committee Soph
Cabaret, program chairman for
Michigras, Wyvern, hostess chair-
man for Gym Jam, Panhel Bal
publicity and Gamma Phi Beta
house, activities.
William Tattersall . ..
For a position on the J-Hop
committee, I present these quali-
fications: former member of the
Men's Glee Club, and Union dance
committee; present co-chairman
of Campus Quarter radio program,
Union executive council member,
member of fraternity social com-
mittee, committeeman for coming
Union Formal. I firmly believe
that I can represent the interests
of my class to further immediate
action on J-Hop plans.
Joyce R. Thomas.. .
I have been active on the Jor-
dan FIall social committee, in
Sophomore Cabaret, Soph Prom,
and in Collegiate Sororsis social
and sports activities and there-
fore feel myself qualified to repre-
sent our class on the central com-
mittee. With your support I shall
strive to make this the most ter-
rific J-Hop ever.
Richard Thomas .. .
It is my desire to present to the
members of the junior class a J-
Hop unsurpassed by any in pre-
vious years.

sian, Panhellenic Association, the
Soph Cabaret, Ruthven teas, and
program chairman for Panhellenic
Ball. Due to experience gained
while working on the 1947 J-Hop
publicity committee, I have a basis
from which to constrict my ideas
for an even better 1948 J-Hop.
Carolyn J. Vicinus . .
I have participated in League
activities and have worked on
other dance committees so I am
familiar with the general set up
of a ball of this type and size. I
want to give the students this year
a bigger than ever J-Hop with two
bands everyone likes.
Sanger K. Westphal...
I am a junior student in-the en-
gineering college. Other activities
include membership in the Var-
sity Glee Club, and fraternity af-
filiation. Despite having had little
experience in committee work of
this sort, I am interested in work-
ing toward a bigger and better J-
Hop than we have had before.
Joe Wimsatt ...
I have 68 credit-hours in the
College of Literature, Science, and
the Arts. My qualifications are:
former member, UinS. Marine
Corps; member IFC Ball Commit-
tee, 1946-47; social chairman, IFC;
vice-president, Delta Tau Delta.
Sheridan Winkelman. .
Throughout my college career
I've been closely affiliated with
social activities. Serving on my
dormitory social committee and
subsequently as fraternity social
chairman has, I believe, given me
an insight into the organizational
and musical aspects of such func-
tions. I, therefore, feel that I'm
qualified to serve on this commit-
tee.
Frederick Woodward.--
My qualifications are as follows:
chairman of the Saybrook College
Formal in January, 1946, and par-
ticipated on the committee for the
Naval Spring Formal, March, 1946, 1
both at Yale University. Last year
I was house manager of the fra-
ternity house.
Pat Young
If I am elected to the J-Hop
committee, I will do all I can to
make this year's J-Hop a tremen-
dous success.
I feel that previous experience
in other activities such as Soph
Cabaret and a member of the
central committee of Assembly
Ball qualify me for a position on
the J-Hop central committee.

NERVOUS DISEASES:
cU' Doctor Discovers New
Uses for Well-Known Drug

HAVE PLAY LEADS-Larry Darling (left and Marcella Kratt
will play the lead roles in "Our Town," Play Production's first
offering of the season, whichopens tonight at the Lydia Mendels-
sohn Theatre. The drama, a Pulitzer Prize winner by Thornton
Wilder, will run for four days through Saturday.
DAILYV OFFICIAL BULLETIN

By ANNE D. SEEGER
A new use for an old drug has
been announced by Dr. Gordon
K. Moe, of the University's phar-
macology department.
The drug, tetraethylammonium
chloride, can now be used in diag-
nosis and treatment of diseases
affecting the blood vessels of the
hands and feet. It blocks trans-
mission in automatic or sympa-
thetic ganglia.
The drug's chief use is as a
tool for studying disease, rather
than for treatment, Dr. Moe said.
It is useful in determining which
responses are under the control
of the sympathetic nervous sys-
tem.
It has been used in treating
peripheral vascular diseases,
where there is reduced blood flow
in the han'ds and feet, a painful
situation whichnmay lead to gan-
grene. In selected patients, the
drug improves circulation; though
it is, used more to determine
whether' the patient will benefit
by having sympathetic nerves cut
surgically, an operation similar
to the now-famous "worry-nerve"
cutting in the cure of stomach
ulcers.,-
Tetraethylammonium cannot be
used for hypertension because of
its many side-effects, although it
usually .lgwers the blood pressure
in such cases.
The patient must be in bed
when the drug is administered.
It prevents secretion of sweat and
salivary glands, paralyzes accom-
modation of the eye and dilates
the pupil, increases the heart rate,

and causes a relaxing of all ar-
teries under sympathetic control.
thereby increasing the blood flow
to the hands and feet.
The drug works only on spasm
cases; it has no effect ,in cases
or organic occlusion such as
thrombosis and hardening of the
arteries.
Firstclinical experienceswere
in 1945, under the direction of
Drs. R. H. Lyons and S. W.
Hoobler of the University Hos-
pital here. Dr Hoobler is now
continuing experiments in the
Cardiovascular Unit of the Uni-
versity Hospital.
AYC To Give
Two Movies
Two documentary films on in-
flation at home and starvation
abroad will be presented at a reg-
ular meeting of the campus AVC
at 7:30 p.m. today in the Union.
The films, "Which Way This
Time?" an OPA-produced feature
on inflation, and a British Infor-
mation Service short, "World of
Plenty," seek to explain some of
the problems that confront the
special session of Congress, ac-
cording to Jack Geist, AVC chair-
man.
Tickets for "Open City," to be
presented Friday and Saturday at
Hill Auditorium, will be available
at the meeting.

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Publication in The Daily Official
Bulletin is constructive notice to all
members of the University. Notices
for the Bulletin should be sent in
typewritten form to the office of the
Assistant to the President, Room 1021
Angell Hall, by 3:00 p.m. on the day
preceding publication (11:00 a.m. Sat-
urdays).
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1947
VOL. LVIII, No. 38
Notices
Student Tea: President and Mrs.
Ruthven will be at home to stu-
dents on Wednesday afternoon,
Nov. 5, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
Approved social events for the
coming weekend:
November 7
Adams House, Kelly League
House, Newman Club, Phi Kappa
Tau, Phi Sigma Delta, Stockwell
Hall, Theta Delta Chi, Williams
House, Women's Physical Educa-
tion Club, Zeta Tau Alpha.
November 8
Acacia, Alpha Delta Phi, Alpha
Kappa Kappa, Alpha Kappa Psi,
Alpha Sigma Phi, Beta Theta Pi,
Chi Phi, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
Delta Sigma Delta, Delta Sigma
Pi, Delta Upsilon,' Delta Tau Delta,
First Unitarian Church, Kappa

Sigma, Lambda Chi Alpha, Michi-
gamua.
Phi Alpha Kappa, Phi Delta
Theta, Phi Gamma Delta, Phi
Kappa Psi, Phi Iota Alpha, Phi
Rho Sigma, Phi Sigma Kappa, Psi
Upsilon, Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Tau Epsilon Rho, Theta Chi,
Theta Xi, Zeta Beta Tau.
November 9 (afternoon)
Craglea House, Wilcox House.
To the Patrons of the Plays of
the Department of Speech: All
participants in our plays, crew
members and actors, are students
in the University who must main-
tain high scholastic standards and
meet closing hours in the sorori-
ties and dormitories on campus
and at Willow Village.
The mechanics of producing
plays requires our students to
work in the theatre after the final
curtain. Therefore, in order that
our students may leave the theatre
earlier, we are starting our plays
promptly at 8 o'clock.
In the interest of the students
involved, we ask your coopera-
tion.
Junior and Senior men, who are
single, veterans, Residents of the
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The J-Hop is the biggest and
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tend, and to dance to the best
music at thi, the greatest of all
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Jean Van Leeuwen ...
I, Jean Lee Van Leeuwen, (Jun-
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MEN'S USED CLOTHING bought and
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WANTED TO SELL: Pair of Ohio State
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FOUND: Student tidket book. Owner
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LOST: Swiss wrist watch marked Bella-
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Pretzel Bell Saturday night, Nov. 1.
Big reward. Call Rodriguez at 4141 or
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LOST-Silver Ronson lighter with The-
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Saturday. Sentimental value. Reward.
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